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CAMBRIDGE IELTS 8 READING – TEST 4 – ANSWERS

CAMBRIDGE IELTS 8 READING – TEST 4 – ANSWERS

CAMBRIDGE IELTS 8 – TEST 4 – PASSAGE 1 Questions 1 – 5, choose the correct heading for sections B – F 1.   Section B In paragraph B, the writer gives us an overview about lower secondary schools in Japan such  as  the  number  of  years  [lower  secondary  schools  in  Japan  cover  three  school years¼private sector],  the facilities [School  are usually modern in  design¼in  rows],  the time of lessons [a standardized 50 minutes], break time [a 10 – minute break],…

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CAMBRIDGE IELTS 8 READING – TEST 3 – ANSWERS

CAMBRIDGE IELTS 8 READING – TEST 3 – ANSWERS

CAMBRIDGE IELTS 8 – TEST 3 – PASSAGE 1 Questions 1 – 3 1.   The main topic discussed in the text is ANSWER: D A.   The damage caused to US golf courses and golf players by lightning strikes. The write only gives a little information about the effect of lightning on golfers [in paragraph 1] and no information about the damage caused to US golf courses => not the main topic. => FALSE B.   The effect of lightning on power…

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CAMBRIDGE IELTS 8 READING – TEST 2 – ANSWERS

CAMBRIDGE IELTS 8 READING – TEST 2 – ANSWERS

CAMBRIDGE IELTS 8 – TEST 2 – PASSAGE 1 1.  spinning The question requires a method of producing flat glass. There are two methods of making flat glass. In the first paragraph, “the first successful method for making clear, flat glass involved spinning”. In the second paragraph, “the first continuous ribbon process involved squeezing molten glass through two hot rollers, similar to an old mangle”. So the first method is spinning and the second method is the ribbon process, which…

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CAMBRIDGE IELTS 8 READING – TEST 1 – ANSWERS

CAMBRIDGE IELTS 8 READING – TEST 1 – ANSWERS

CAMBRIDGE IELTS 8 – TEST 1 – PASSAGE 1 1. a description of an early timekeeping invention affected by cold temperatures. Keywords:early, timekeeping, cold temperatures In  paragraph  D,  the  writer  indicates  that  “In  order  to  track  temporal  hours  during the  day,  inventors created  sundials,  which  indicate  time  by  the  length  or  direction  of  the  sun‟s  shadow.  The  sundial‟s counterpart, the water clock, was designed to measure temporal hours at night. One of the first water clocks was a basin […]….

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